Considering that the first film included a scene with Franco’s character bidding farewell to Caesar as he prepared to start a new simian civilization, it was kind of common sense that he probably wouldn’t be the star of the next movie, but Hollywood absolutely loves to tie movies within a franchise together so I’m a little surprised that Franco’s Will Rodman won’t at least have a cameo.
However, according to the actor himself, the next film in the Apes franchise will apparently be Franco-less.
“I was going to be a small part of the next one. There was a moment when Rupert Wyatt was going to direct the second one. »
- Marty Shaw
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